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Happy 41st Birthday, Internet!
Friday - 10/29/2010, 1:22pm EDT
Two two young programmers responsible for this historic moment were Charley Kline at UCLA and Bill Duvall at SRI in Northern California. Their idea was radical at the time: to network computers to each other.
ARPANET was not developed for commercial use, Duvall said. The computers of the 1960s were viewed as "information repositories" but lacked a network to share this information.
Watch Kline and Duvall discuss the birth of the Internet.
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